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Re: CNC simulation

Post by krymis » Thu Oct 03, 2013 11:23 am

i have mastercam5 and bobcad v21 v23 and v25. I use bobcad 21 the most for a lot of work. simple easy to use and transfers a lot of stuff.

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Re: CNC simulation

Post by Customize IT » Thu Oct 03, 2013 1:18 pm

What did they cost??

That masterCam I looked into and seemed like a really nice interface!!

I am cheap and only have a 3 axis machine so most of my work is done in Inkscape!!!

I use Draftsight for CAD and my DXF files will import directly!!!

It is a vector based program so always straight lines!!

For simple engravings and signs the interface with the F-engrave is really simple!!!

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Re: CNC simulation

Post by Indian Mark » Tue Oct 15, 2013 1:36 pm

BIGJIM wrote: that is why programers get big bucks.
I must be doin' it wrong :)

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